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Dec 2, 2013 2:00pm EST
digital reference there at "the new york times" for 17 years. paul sagan, leading-edge internet right down the road here, but also a second-generation journalist with a background in newspapers, television and digital journalism. and me, an old reporter, editor and recently escaped publishing exec it is. what we did was we sat around and they argued because we didn't really agree on a whole lot, but we're all interested in the same topic and that was the digital disruption of the journalism business. our questions were simple. what happened? how did we blow it? what could've been done differently? reargued for a while and finally we propose to our masters that we were going to do this oral history. i think they thought we were all crazy. but we had googled the topic and we found that there were 77,000 articles that have been written on the subject and we used that to say we don't need to write 77,001st articles. so we decided to target the key institutions in the key decision-makers going back 35 years in our original idea was 10 key moments, 20 key people. we will be in and out of here in
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